@theobserver reporter. Email: adouglas@charlotteobserver.com. Past SC Journalist of the Year. Proud @winthropalumni. RTs for your info, not my opinion

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Biography

I cover everything from city council meetings to student life and higher ed administration at Winthrop University. And, on the crime reporter's day off, I live an exciting life on the cops beat.

I participate in the paper's social media presence on Twitter and Facebook by updating readers on new...

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@ADouglasNews — 2,566 followers, 11,177 tweets

RT @greglacour: New @CharlotteMag post: A panel of journalists at @LevineMuseum wrestle with the implications and challenges of… https://t.co/rtFCfYTVbR
A remarkable tale about a Charlotte man turning his life around in prison - with some twists along the way. Great Sunday read.  https://www.google.com/amp/amp.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/crime/article194397684.html 
What his doctor says about the health consequences of executive culture in Charlotte — all work, no rest — is fascinating  https://twitter.com/rick_bonnell/status/952032365131501568 
RT @JourdanRodrigue: There is much about the current Panthers COO that remains unknown, despite multiple requests over the last few week… https://t.co/hWm3uRvWfV
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Interview

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

A five-minute or less phone pitch, followed by an email if I request more information or express interest in your idea.

What's your favorite social network?

For work, my favorite is Twitter. For personal use, my favorite is Facebook. There's an overlap on both, though.

When's the best time to pitch you?

No ideal time. For feature stories, I like to know about your event or special occasion about one week in advance.